Protests turn to street clashes across Egypt
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian security forces backed by water cannons fired tear gas at rock-throwing protesters outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Friday while demonstrators clashed with riot police in cities across the country in marches against ...
Egypt's free-speech backlash
Egypt anti-Morsi protesters march for change
Dozens Hurt In Street Clashes Across Egypt
Egypt's corruption woes
Editor's note: Sahar Aziz is president of the Egyptian American Rule of Law Association and a fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. Derek Clinger is a Law Clerk at the Egyptian American Rule of Law Association. The views ...
Scores injured in anti-government protests in Egypt
Egypt and Tunisia's new 'Arab winter'
Tunisia and Egypt are emblematic of the Arab Spring. Both similarities and contrasts have marked their paths. Now they seem to be heading into a new Arab winter. Moncef Marzouki has been Tunisia's president since December 2011, a secularist human ...
Voices From the Region: Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq
Tunisian president cancels visit to Egypt after opposition leader's assassination
Thousands of anti-Morsi protesters march across Egypt
CAIRO – Thousands of Egyptians marched across the country on Friday to denounce the rule of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi and his fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood, in a show of defiance to hardline Muslim clerics who issued religious edicts this ...
New York Times
Ahmadenijad trying to entice Egypt into forging alliance with Iran
In a 90-minute news conference on Thursday, he went the farthest in trying to lure Egypt into a strategic alliance, using flowery language to project an image of two nations -- which haven't had diplomatic ties since 1979 -- on the brink of an alliance ...
Ahmadinejad Visits Egypt, Signaling Realignment
Iran's Ahmadinejad seeks strategic axis with Egypt
Iran's Ahmadinejad kissed and scolded in Egypt
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Egypt PM in hot water over "unclean breasts" remarks
Yahoo! News (blog)
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's prime minister faces accusations of being out of touch with the country's crisis after televised comments blaming rural infant sickness on mothers not washing their breasts. Hisham Kandil, a former irrigation minister widely ...
Hisham Kandil, Egypt's Prime Minister, Says 'Unclean' Breasts Cause Diarrhea ...
'Boob Job': Egypt's PM says 'unclean breasts' can cause diarrhoea
Egypt's Prime Minister, Genius, Says 'Ignorant' Women With Unclean Breasts ...
The 'naked truth' about Egypt's Brotherhood
Until this week, many observers may have still wondered what kind of rulers the Muslim Brotherhood are in Egypt. Since assuming office last June, questions were being raised around the dubious power-consolidation strategy carried out by President ...
More Convictions for Egypt's Maspero Massacre—But Copts not Soldiers
It's been more than a year since a military-induced massacre in Cairo, Egypt, killed 28 people—mostly Coptic Christians. But the only people convicted thus far have been the Christians themselves. Last week, a Cairo court sentenced Michael Farag and ...
The Two Faces of Egypt
No Justice for Egypt's Christians
Security hiked for Egypt opposition
Egyptian police have increased security at the homes of prominent liberal opponents of the government, after a hardline cleric called for their deaths, the interior ministry says. The killing on Wednesday of Shokri Belaid, an outspoken critic of ...
Clashes in Egypt as anti-Morsi camp demands change
CAIRO (AFP) - Thousands of Egyptian protesters clashed with police in several provinces in rallies calling on Islamist President Mohamed Morsi to fulfil the goals of the revolt that brought him to power. More than 120 people were injured in the unrest ...